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the trauma of the sandy hook massacre, the urgent call to limit easy access to guns has exposed the american cultural divide over firearms. the president has offered 23 executive actions to strengthen background checks and better address mental hent and called for armed officers in schools that want them. but it's fraught with danger for the president. there are 20 democratic senate seats up for grabs in 2014, including in the gun-friendly states of arkansas, alaska, iowa, colorado and south dakota, which suggests any gun control measuresville to be a compromise. >> everyone's trying to divert from the core issue. there is a huge consensus in the country, including a vast majority of valentine republicans that things like assault weapons, high-capacity magazine, universal background check, making progress on mental health -- these are things we should and can do to help reduce gun violence. >> this is something we can do something about -- mental health, information sharing, background checks and other things as well, but it has to be a plan that could work or the president won't get it done
week the congress just passed a $60 billion relief bill for sandy. now, everybody wants to help the victims of that terrible storm but guess what, only about a third of that money was for the victims of the storm. the other $40 billion or so was pork barrel projects. the same old thing in washington, bill. i'm not sure either party wants to get really serious about the spending problem fo problem. >> the spending will be a big issue and so too will taxes. we talked about states in the country that do not have an income tax and how really the rush for this seems to be growing in popularity, matt. alaska, florida, nevada, south dakota, texas, washington, wyoming on the map there. what is your sense about how regular tax paying americans get better control of their own finances and pushing the state house on the state level or governors to act more like the 7 or 8 states we just showed on the screen there? >> a trend that we talked about this last week, bill it will continue for a lot of more states will be joining this. the taxpayers say to themselves listen cut the income tax and
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